To stem financial fall out for artists in the Pikes Peak region, Bee Vradenburg Foundation partnered with Pikes Peak Community Foundation to create the Artist Recovery Fund.
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With all Colorado restaurants ordered to eliminate in-house dining to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, here are some eateries, distilleries and breweries, sort by zip codes, that are offering curbside food pickup and other forms of delivery.
The Hermes Team at RE/MAX Properties want to honor first responders and medical personnel amid the coronavirus pandemic by buying them lunch/dinner and a drink on them.
If you’re like me, the new (ab)normal of pandemic life got significantly more real Monday, March 16, when Gov. Jared Polis decreed a 30-day moratorium on dine-in service at certain businesses that serve the public, including bars and breweries, effective 8 a.m. Tuesday, March 17.
The Broadmoor World Arena and Pikes Peak Center have suspended all events through April 13.
Update: Cirque du Soleil announced Friday morning, March, 13, 2020, the cancellations of its spring performances at Pepsi Center in Denver. "Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group is committed to provide a work and performance environment that will meet the highest standards of health and safety in this evolving situation worldwide," a news release stated.
Ent Center for the Arts at University of Colorado at Colorado Springs has canceled or postponed all performances scheduled through April 30.
Blake Shelton's Saturday concert at Denver's Pepsi Center has been postponed due to the coronavirus.
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College has canceled some shows due to the coronavirus.
Entertainment venues and organizers, for the most part, plan to keep hosting events in Colorado Springs, despite the spread of coronavirus.